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 Centre for Women and Trans People 
 Students for Barrier-Free Access
 Interview
 Anthony Huynh and Dasha Kotova interviewed by Sabera Esufali
 CentreWomenTransPeople  
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Sabera Esufali from the Centre for Women and Trans People at the University of Toronto interviews Anthony Huynh (Students for Barrier-Free Access) and Dasha Kotova (Dr. Chun Resource Library) about Words of Resistance: an open mic event on ableism and disability taking place on Thursday, 28 April 2011 at 6-8pm in Toronto. In particular, they discuss the intersections between disability, race, sexual orientation, class, and gender.
Produced by the Centre for Women and Trans People
Students for Barrier-Free Access and Dr. Chun Resource Library Present:

*Words of Resistance Open Mic: Ableism and Disability*

DATE & TIME: *Thursday April 28, 2011, 6-8pm*
LOCATION: *The Centre for Women and Trans People at U of T* 563 Spadina Avenue. Room 100
Wheelchair access through Bancroft Avenue
Wheelchair accessible bathroom on ground floor

DESCRIPTION:
Words of Resistance is a monthly open mic event that runs out of the Dr. Chun Resource Library. In April, we’re partnering with Students for Barrier-Free Access (SBA) for an evening of expressions focused on the themes of ableism and disability. You can perform through song, chants, drums, poetry, spoken word, slam poetry, monologue, dramatic re-enactment, comedy, personal narrative, ritual, make-up, costume, multimedia such as video, a combination of these elements, or perform somebody else’s work. First timers welcome. Join us on April 28th and share your perspectives, share your experiences, share your stories! People do not have to personally identify with disability to perform but can share their experiences around it.

This event is FREE, and ALL are welcome to attend or perform.

To perform, sign up in advance or just show up for the open mic! To sign up in advance, call (416) 978-8201.

Vegetarian & vegan refreshments will be provided.

*If you have any accessibility requests, please send an email to sba@utoronto.ca as soon as possible in order to ensure accommodation.*

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SBA is a student run organization that advocates for equity, access and the rights of Dis-Abled students at U of T, through the provision of non-academic programs that raise awareness. SBA works towards eliminating physical, informational and attitudinal barriers on campus. http://sba.sa.utoronto.ca/

The Dr. Chun Resource Library exists as a space for community members and University of Toronto students to access factual, critical and alternative materials that facilitates resistance to oppression among and between diverse communities. The library is committed to supporting marginal voices. In particular, those voices that have been traditionally left out of main stream political mobilizing are emphasized in our collection. The library is supported by The Centre for Women and Trans People at U of T and the Ontario Public Interest Research Group Toronto (OPIRG-Toronto). The Library is located in The Centre For Women and Trans People at U of T, 563 Spadina Ave. Room 100.

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00:14:09 English 2011-04-20
 Toronto
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